Posts Tagged ‘public transit’

Overcoming Heedlessness

Written by admin on . Posted in Dewing Things Better, On Topic OTDT, Opinion and Column

An out-of-the-box message to new district attorneys By Bette Dewing For the record, what I wrote in the recent New York Times’ “Spokes” column (“I strongly fear there are too many bicycles in New York”) left out the next sentence after that: “I mean those who break every law in the books.” And very much [&hellip
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In Wake of Subway Stabbing, Concerns About Crime on Public Transit

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In a blast from the not-so-fondly-remembered past, violent gang activity spilled out of Central Park into Manhattan subway stations last week, with one of the teens involved in the altercation getting stabbed. According to the New York Post, the trouble began when one gang confronted another in Central Park. One group fled, heading down into [&hellip
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